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General Motors pulls out of Russian car assembly business with Avtovaz deal

09 Dec 2019

MOSCOW Russia's biggest automaker Avtovaz said on Monday it would buy out General Motors from their joint venture producing vehicles in Russia under the Chevrolet brand, effectively ending GM's presence in car assembling in the country.

Russia and China deepen ties with River Amur bridge

29 Nov 2019

MOSCOW Russia and China have finished building the first road bridge linking their two countries, Russian officials said on Friday, in the latest sign of warming relations.

Russian firm in Siemens turbine scandal moves to liquidate

27 Nov 2019

MOSCOW A Russian firm part-owned by Siemens that was hit by sanctions for its role in installing the German company's turbines in Crimea has started liquidation proceedings, according to filings to a Russian companies database.

Private railway operator to run suburban transportation in Crimea

26 Nov 2019

MOSCOW, Nov 26 A subsidiary of a private Russian company Grand Service Express has been awarded the task to operate suburban rail transportation in Crimea, a company representative said on Tuesday.

Zelenskiy wants Ukrainian candidates to run in Donbass election

03 Oct 2019

KIEV/SOCHI Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Thursday that Ukrainian candidates should take part in an election that is expected to be held in the east of the country, currently controlled by pro-Russian rebels.

CEO of Russian shipping giant Sovcomflot to switch to chairman - sources

17 Sep 2019

MOSCOW, Sept 17 Sergei Frank will step down as president and chief executive of Russian state-controlled shipping giant Sovcomflot after 15 years at the helm, four sources familiar with the decision told Reuters on Tuesday.

Russia buys trains for Crimean rail route but keeps mum on who from

13 Sep 2019

MOSCOW Russia's Ministry of Transport said on Friday the state had bought passenger carriages and locomotives for a new rail route linking Russian cities to Crimea, but declined to say who had supplied the new rolling stock.

Russia buys trains for Crimean rail route but keeps mum on who from

13 Sep 2019

MOSCOW, Sept 13 Russia's Ministry of Transport said on Friday the state had bought passenger carriages and locomotives for a new rail route linking Russian cities to Crimea, but declined to say who had supplied the new rolling stock.

Russians vote in local and regional elections after biggest protests in years

08 Sep 2019

MOSCOW Residents of Moscow voted on Sunday in one of the most closely watched local elections in years after the exclusion of many opposition candidates triggered the biggest protests in the Russian capital for nearly a decade.

Russians vote in regional elections after biggest protests in years

08 Sep 2019

MOSCOW Moscow citizens voted on Sunday in some of the most closely observed regional elections in years, after the exclusion of many opposition candidates triggered huge protests in the capital.

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